MOSCOW, Aug. 3 (UPI) -- The death toll from an airplane crash in Russia's Krasnoyarsk Territory rose to 12 after a hospitalized passenger died, the regional emergencies ministry said.
The Katekavia flight, en route to Igarka from Krasnoyarsk, crashed Monday about 2,300 feet from the runway as it was landing. Officials said 11 passengers and four crew members were on board.
The Russian Air Transport Agency said the remaining three survivors were the captain, Nikolai Kozlov; the co-pilot, Igor Kabanov; and the flight engineer, Yevgeny Pertunin, RIA Novosti reported Tuesday.
The Russian Transport Agency said the plane, an An-24 twin turboprop, was attempting to land in poor weather. A West Siberian investigative team said a preliminary investigation indicated heavy fog near the air field caused the accident.
"Before landing, the plane veered to the right of its landing course and collided with the ground in front of the runway," the Transport Agency said.
A fire was extinguished by airport firefighters, the agency said.